31 thoughts on “Just Oozing With Goodness

  1. Those look wonderful and delicious! Nice job growing larger tomatoes that formed so nicely. I always have trouble and now stick to growing smaller varieties. We too have had cooler temperatures this month but who knows, maybe September will be warmer than usual. Happy gardening! ~Anne

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  2. Wonderful! I’m so enjoying my garden tomatoes. The Burpee Early Girls have been plentiful and just luscious, but the organic Cherokee Purple heirlooms I started from seeds from the seed library are still small and green. Like you, I await the frost up here at over 1800 feet above sea level, and hope we get to enjoy some of those before it’s too late. On Sunday we went to the Pittston (PA) Tomato Festival and came home with some big, juicy, wrinkled, cracked, heirloom beauties we’ve been enjoying so much since. A tomato and mayonnaise sandwich to me is heaven!

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  3. Nice. πŸ™‚

    Ours got a disease that turns the leaves yellow and then kills the stem eventually. The healthy ones are a little late and I am not sure the tomatoes will ripen before the frost arrives. Our zucchini and cucumber which were quite lush at the end of July are suddenly a droopy, insect-eaten mess. I am a little disappointed.

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